Suresh K, Dr. Suresh K, Dr. Joginder S Kairo, Dr. Shashi R and Rakesh K Behmani
Inconsistency between societal expectations and reality creates lags in emotional, academic, social, familial, sexual, and physical well-being. Because of this; they have a hard time integrating into society. We investigate the impact of gender-based microaggressions on the mental health of women. A review of the literature was conducted to look at how gendered microaggressions affect women's daily experiences. Results revealed that microaggressions had a negative impact on women's mental health, as well as had a strong association with depressive symptoms. The results emphasized that there is a strong need to address these widespread, subtle forms of sexism and gender standards that affect women's mental health in adverse ways outcomes.
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